Tag: meaning making

New article on organizational change and work engagement

This multi-wave, multi-source study focuses on the benefits of work engagement for employee adaptation to organizational change. The change entailed the implementation of a flexible office design in an engineering firm, which caused radical change for employees. The hypothesized process was that initial employee meaning-making will facilitate work engagement, which, in turn, predicts supervisor-rated adaptive […]

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Publication on adapting to change

It seems that not only information about change but also meaning making predicts employee adaptation to organizational change.  Read more.

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